Orgasm Is Different For Each Woman. What Benefits It Has For The Body.

Posted by Florina on January 25, 2019

The Benefits of Orgasm

Jan 25, 2019

Orgasm is the most intense pleasure for both man and woman

Orgasm relaxes the body, removes depression and strengthens your immune system. But his benefits do not stop here.

When a woman has an orgasm or even before she has it, when she just anticipates the pleasure of orgasm, her brain secretes neurohormones in a very large amount: dopamine, opioids and oxytocin. These substances, secreted in such a large amount during orgasm, offer not only intense pleasure but also trigger, basically, altered states of consciousness.

Moreover, orgasm is the euphoric perception with a maximum intensity of sexual stimulation, which is manifested by a paroxysmal feeling of pleasure and happiness.

New neuroscience research has found that there is a close link between the woman's sexual organs and her brain. The structure of the nerve branches in the pelvic area is very different in women than in men. In the case of women, nerve endings are distributed throughout the pelvic area - from the vaginal walls to the clitoris, the perineum and the anus. In every woman the orgasm is different, and in the case of the man, things are much simpler and more regular.

Orgasm improves our health

Orgasm is not only the most intense and enjoyable human experience but also a way to maintain and improve our health. Researchers cite innumerable benefits that we have during orgasm states: from shiny hair and radiant skin to improved cardiovascular activity and circulation.

And even more, by regularly living orgasm, we improve our immune system, our strength and flexibility, not long ago told the people that making love is the aspirin of the poor people.

An orgasm lasting 15 minutes, through the chemicals that this condition releases, can cure anxiety, depression and other serious conditions.

Many homologs and neurotransmitters are secreted during orgasm: serotonin, oxytocin, dopamine, vasopressin, adrenaline, endorphins, norepinephrine, prolactin, testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, pheromones, prostaglandins, thyrotropin-releasing hormone, cytokine. Under the action of these hormones there is an extraordinary improvement in health, the circulation of blood is stimulated, the body detoxification process intensifies and the stimulation of the endocrine, nervous system, the immunity of the body is improved, which can even have the effect of rejuvenating and increasing the duration of life.

How orgasm manifests for women and men

Despite what Masters and Johnson said in the 1970s, the sexual response to both women and men is not the same. And after the discoveries, it is natural that the response to erotic excitement is different in men and women. And as if it is not already complicated, no woman responds erotic exactly like another, and not even herself, her level of excitement greatly depending on the emotional state and the phase of the menstrual cycle in which she is.

The men have no other choice but to learn to listen and recognize the unique answer of his beloved, and the women to be connected with their body in order not to transmit false messages (a mimic of pleasure or orgasm). Men who know women know that they are different and they understand intuitively that everything that is erotic to a woman may not like each other. Each woman is unique and it is important for the man to identify what she likes and what she does to her boyfriend rather than think she already knows what to do or apply recipes learned from other relationships that may not fit at all.



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